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Does the Pioneer EEQ Mosfet 50Wx4 include an auxilary input?

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Pioneer products with auxiliary inputs vary depending on the model number. EEQ is the performance chip for the equalizer used in many Pioneer players and receivers, and the 50W x 4 refers to the MOSFET50, which is the amplifier chip that provides 50 watts per each of four channels.

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Each Pioneer model is different, and those with auxiliary input have locations either on the front of the device or in the back. PioneerElectronics.com has a full list of model numbers with specifications and user manuals available. Pioneer began in 1938 and was founded by Nozomu Matsumoto in Tokyo, Japan, with a primary focus on speaker manufacturing and repair.

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